If the first time you heard of Liverpool was when four mop-tops rocked your world, then this is one fan-tastic way to spend an English day. On the Beatles and Liverpool Tour, take a self-guided journey through Liverpool on Matthew Street and experience a wealth of music memorabilia. Visit the Matthew Street Gallery which showcases some of the most iconic images of the Beatles band. Spend time in Cavern Pub (a tribute to the Cavern Club), a who’s-who of rock, pop, soul, R&B, and jazz performed through the early Seventies. Relive the Beatles Story from their early Hamburg days through solo careers at the Albert Dock exhibition. Then it’s on to a 1960s vintage coach bus where your expert guide chronicles The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour. You’ll travel to over 30 sites, including Penny Lane and Strawberry Field. Then, it’s time to find your tickets to ride…the rails back to London, of course.
Beatles and Liverpool Tour
- Live the legend, explore the world of the Beatles
- Children under 4 travel for free.
Here’s what’s included :
- Roundtrip rail travel with reserved seating from London to Liverpool.
- Includes entry to the Beatles Story and Magical Mystery Tour.
- Free time for shopping and sightseeing.
- First class rail includes breakfast, dinner, and refreshments served at your seat.
- Reservation must be made at least 4 days before tour begins. Details on making reservations are included with your voucher.
- Tour begins at 6:30am at Euston Street station where you will take a 7:07am train to Liverpool arriving at 9:47am.
- Train departs from Liverpool at 6:48pm.
- Tour ends at approximately at 9:00pm.
- Tour operates Monday - Saturday.
- Voucher must be exchanged within 6 months of the date of purchase.
- Prices are subject to change.
- Once the tour has been reserved the tour is non-refundable.
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